my son has a rash on his body when cries it turns redder. asked his dr he dismissed. his back and stomach are not bumps anymore legs and arms are. had for three days not getting worse slightly better when not crying. what can it be? waiting for his dr to
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Pediatrics 24 years experience
Ask your Dr. Again.: It's difficult to diagnose rash without seeing it and feeling it. Most rash will turn red when a child is crying. Rash can be due to food allergic reaction, from viral infection, due to the skin contacting to something irritating, or eczema.
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Last updated Oct 29, 2015
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